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FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 11:30am EDT
and the senator tweeted last night and she was disappointed by that cancellation. >> rick: two terrorist suspects are dead after a raid in the -- and the investigation of last month's attacks on hotels in jakarta and authorities say five other suspected militants are in custody after police seized explosives and a car bomb and last month's attack in the end kneesian capital -- indonesian capital killed five people. >> jamie: people in a huge illegal gun and drug bust, 200 illegal guns and 200 grams of cocaine and $50,000 in cash in raids around new bedford thursday, after a 6-month wiretap probe nicknamed operation lightning bolt. >> rick: the white house continues to push hard for health care reform. even as more and more town hall meetings are disrupted, or cancelled by americans, who say they are angry and they are scared, and joining us now, is a columnist for the "wall street journal," john fund, good to see you, john, thanks for being here and what do you make of all of the charges from the white house and leading democrats, these people showing up at these meetings are actually part of an
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 10:30am EDT
>> rick: once again, a live look at the supreme court building in washington, d.c. where very soon behind those famous columns, judge sonia sotomayor will be sworn in as the next associate justice of the u.s. supreme court, the judge has suggested that her background, her unique background and values do and should influence her judicial decisions, and that that should be the case, perhaps with all judges, joining us now with her thought, is joanne epps, who is the dean of the beasley school of law, at temple university in philadelphia, dean epps also testified on behalf of the national association of women lawyers. at judge sotomayor's confirmation hearings, recently and nice to talk with you, dean, thanks very much for being here and let's talk first of all, about your testimony, when you went down to washington and testified on judge sotomayor's half, what was the point you most wanted to make? to members of the senate sdmeet i wanted to make collectively three points. i wanted to say in her half she was exceptionally well qualified for the position, she was experienced and had t
NBC
Aug 21, 2009 9:00pm EDT
quote . >> reporter: just the one. >> just the one. >> reporter: one single pin rick? >> that's it. >> that was the key to the case, the single pin prick. >> yes. >> reporter: and the doctor was bothered by the position of michelle's body when they found her. >> the other thing that was also very unusual was the pattern of lividity, settling of blood after a person dies. and her pattern of lividity indicated she had been placed face down relatively soon after she died. >> reporter: to her it looked like michelle's bed had been placed with her face in the pillow. not the way she would land if she had fallen ill and collapsed. suddenly, michelle herndon's death was not looking so natural
FOX News
Aug 11, 2009 11:00am EDT
hampshire. rick: you are looking live at the portsmouth high-school, more than one dozen activists groups are gearing up to get their voices heard. if other town halls are any indication, things can get rowdy. protesters have been shouting down lawmakers. moments ago we watched arlen specter get an earful from his constituents. all of these protests have sparked controversy. top democrats, some of them calling them an american. -- un-american. the president praises the "vigorous debate." in a few hours he will get to see it firsthand. what are people saying, molly? >> we have protesters on all sides of this issue. on my left shoulder we have people who are pro health care reform. they are supporting obama. there is a big group of people here as well, global warming, a colorful group. on the other side of the street we have the folks on the other side of things. they are for limited government. they think the government should get out. there are some taxation folks, concerned that the country is leaning towards a socialistic slant. the biggest group here today will be the folks getting ins
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 2:00pm EDT
that these two pilot had to come together in the way but >> rick: it appears there were fatalities in the mid-air collision between the sight-seeing helicopter and the small piper pa-32. again, you are looking at a scene that is in the hudson river, in -- right between new york city and new jersey. on the new jersey side, is hoboken, and chris petrock was in hoboken and is still there now, and, from what i understand, chris, you saw some of what happened. describe it for us. >> caller: i did. i was standing on top of my balcony on the 5th floor and it overlooks m >> i was a little in amazement. >> as we look at the scene right now, it is very hard to see, any kind of debris. >> that is -- that is -- you know -- >> go ahead. >> i didn't see another plane manage -- i always -- on the -- coming out here i thought it was going to be just a helicopter, because it looks like it was breaking up in mid-air and there was no explosion and there was no fire, and from what i could see, and it just kind of broke up. like, i didn't hear a bang, i didn't hear -- it was just kind of like, sounded like a prop
FOX News
Aug 14, 2009 1:00pm EDT
rick: we are live right here in the fox news room because this is where the news begins. behind us, the national desk. they are covering this story is breaking all over the country. the foreign desk is covering stories from all over the world. every single picture that comes into fox news comes in right here. that is the media desk. we put it on the air. >> we are going to start with health care debate. president obama on a campaign style push to sell the reform effort to the american people. yesterday, major garrett addressed the issue of unsolicited email during the press briefing. that is when things got a little nasty. >> i have received e-mail from people who did not in any way shape or form seek any communication from the white house who have never registered. let me finish my question. >> let's be clear. i want to give you a chance to finish your question. you have done this a couple of times and i just want to be very clear. ofa has nothing to do with -- never has had anything to do with -- if you sign up for through whitehouse.gov to receive e-mail. i wanted to raise your
FOX News
Aug 25, 2009 9:00am EDT
will skyrocket to more than $9 trillion. that is a big headline. good morning, everybody. rick: nice to be with you. thank you very much. the new deficit news could mean some serious challenges for this administration and its attempt to pass a major overhaul of our health-care system. megyn: stu varney joins us with more on that. it came out that this was going to happen and the obama administration released friday around 5:00. that is typically where you put something that you want to bury. this is obviously not good for the white house or the country. put it into perspective for us. >> it is a deliberate attempt to bury bad news. the bernanke announcement diverts attention from this massive increase in the federal budget deficit. it also diverts attention from the fact that president's previous economic forecasts have been very wrong wide. is bad news? voters care about the deficit. listen to what they are saying in these town halls. government spending out of control. megyn: put it into perspective for us. now they are saying over the next 10 years, it will be a $9 trillion defici
FOX News
Aug 12, 2009 11:00am EDT
the taliban and does not like warfare on their street to ether. jane: thank you. çrick: back home now to madison county, iowa were a town hall -- where a town hall meeting is being held. çrepublican senator charles grassley holding this meeting. carl cameron is with us in iowa. this one started 45 minutes ago. how is it going? >> fairly tame. there are a lot of people with concerns about health care, and they make the argument that this is not so much about health care, but a power takeover by the obama administration. there you can see senator grassley speaking. they brought this meeting outside because the library could not hold the capacity they were expecting. this is iowa, the midwestern homespun family values that they do here, even though it is every four years, it tends to beç moe symbol than most locations. senator grassley is the top republican on the finance committee and he says he will not support a government takeover of health care. taxpayer funded abortions. and this is a fairly tame crowned with serious concerns, and they are being enunciated properly so far. rick
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 10:00am EDT
edition of america's news headquarters from new york city, i'm rick folbaum. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby, great to have you with us on this exciting day and if you are tuning in for the cost of freedom, no worries it will air later today at 12:00 eastern and only one hour remains now, before judge sotomayor takes her oath and becomes the 111th supreme court justice, caroline shivley is live after the supreme court monitoring the excitement. hi, caroline. >> reporter: hey there, jamie. it an historic day today, becoming the first hispanic justice, on the supreme court, sonia sotomayor and also as you said the first time cameras will be inside the supreme court building and we'll get to see it broadcast live less than an hour from now and here's the breakdown of what we'll see at 11:00 local, first, sotomayor will take the constitutional oath administered by chief justice con robert and a private -- in a private ceremony and her family is allowed in for that and no cameras and that is the oath all federal employees take and in the a public ceremony which we'll broadcast live when she takes
HLN
Aug 12, 2009 5:00pm EDT
by tim curry, a friend of rick pitino, he's known to frequent the restaurant. it's about a mile and a half from his house. according to the police report, rick pitino got the keys from tim curry, when he left, no one else was in the restaurant, so the restaurant was not open at this time. then he and karen cipher engaged in sexual -- in a sexual act there. vinnie tatum, another coach was also there at the time in the restaurant. he said he did not hear anything that appeared to him to be a rape. she claimed -- she didn't claim it was rape until six years later. after that, she says that he then got in the car and she gave him a ride home. this is after she said he randy her. she claims there was another sexual encounter between the two of them at a later date. he says that that was the only time that there was any ebb counter between the two of them. she later claimed to be pregnant, in the police report he says that he gave her $3,000 for an abortion. now, important to note, once again, that she did not charge him with rape and even go to the police after -- until after she was
FOX News
Aug 16, 2009 11:00am EDT
the president is just continuing to say let's not have this be the only focus of the conversation. >> rick: good morning, again, everyone. i'm rick. >> i'm jamie colby. good to have you with us as the president heads on the vacation. number two on the healthcare reform push drops the bombshell. no public option to. now, the question about the controversial part of the healthcare reform push were dominating the sunday talk shows, even before the sebelius news broke. caroline shively joins us from the bureau in washington, d.c. this is a bombshell, caroline. i'm curious whether killing the pub llic insurance option, turning it to to cocan op helps or hurt the bill's chances? >> it will do both. on the senate side, it would absolutely help. on "fox news sunday," ken conrad, democrat, gang of six, bipartisan group in the finance committee negotiating this. he says there are not votes for the public option on this side of thing on the senate. so he came up with the idea for non-profit co-op run by the companies. the insurance company instead of government getting involved. it would help on the senate
FOX News
Aug 10, 2009 11:00am EDT
of pain relievers when they go to the doctor. bill: our e-mail address is fire away. rick: you are taking a look at live pictures from the hudson river, the scene of a deadly mid-air collision. it happened over the weekend on saturday. we're waiting to see if search crews in the water are able to pull up any more wreckage. so far, seven of the nine victims have been recovered. good morning, everybody. jane: experts are saying that this air disaster, which is the deadliest in eight years could have been prevented. both of these aircraft are flying at low altitudes, where the faa does not regulate them. at this hour, there are new calls for the agency to tighten regulations. laura, we have been seeing these divers all morning. what is the latest? >> the divers returned to the water this morning. as you mentioned, they are still looking for the wreckage of that small plane that collided with the torch helicopter. we have been monitoring these two rafts full of divers that have been circling this area. this area is just east and south of where the helicopter was recovered. we're ke
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 12:00pm EDT
halladay. he is 19-4 against the orioles in his career. hello, everybody. tom davis with rick dempsey. welcome to the masn studio, a half hour before the orioles take on the drop toe blue jays. you think about roll halladay -- roy halladay is one of the best pitchers in baseball. what do you think the young oriole pitchers should do? >> rick: i hope they are watching. not only the way he goes about, but how he prepares he wants to go 9 innings every single day. i have seen a manager come to the mound try to take him out with over 120 pitches, and he refuses to leave. that's the kind of toughness that you want to see. i hope that the orioles watch that tonight. >> tom: the orioles get ready for the third and final game. let's go up to toronto and visit with wjz's mark viviano. >> hello, tom. the roof is closed here because of thunderstorms. there will be baseball. don't worry. but not for brian roberts. he has a bruised shin suffered yesterday. he told dave trem plea that he could play but they didn't want to take any chances. this is the season of transition. eight rookies have made m
NBC
Aug 21, 2009 9:00pm EDT
quote . >> i get a phone call from the medical examiner. a single pin rick and it became perfectly clear this was a case of murder. >> no way. that only happens in the movies. >> injected with the drug propofol. but who could do such a thing? >> we just thought he was going to pull off a perfect crime. >> it would take a detective, the fbi and a chase around the world to unravel a mystery of "obsession." >>> the picture album looked great. millionaire dad, stay-at-home mom, a gifted son. but a happy family -- not on your life. a divorce was in the works with millions at stake. she asked for half of everything. and wound up dead on the kitchen floor. >> it had been done in anger. >> could her husband be behind it? he had a motive but he also had a rock solid alibi. cameras proved he was miles away when the murder happened. so who did it? >> he had a plan. that plan was for her to die! >> the real story took years to unravel. then came the showdown. father against son.
CNBC
Aug 24, 2009 5:00pm EDT
-market show. i'm rick santelli. melissa lee is not in this week and i'll try to do the best i can and have a lot of fun with the gang. hey, today's stocks gave up what looked like a spectacular morning. now, granted, they still closed up, but what exactly went wrong? let's find out from the "word on the street." well, i'll tell you what, before we get to the "word on the street," i want to see my chart. this is great chart, guys. and it shows how the fixed income markets led the way. they weren't responding to the economy music today. in essence, their price started to move up almost right at the time or before stocks moved lower. am i just kind of getting carried away in august? what do you think? >> no. i think you're exactly right. and i'll tell you what the market today was interesting because we did have that big pop early. the volatility index still trades above 25. it's not about fear. it never was about fear. it's about fear when we're over 30, when we're over 50 and 60 and 70 and 80, that's fear. right now the volatility index is telling you something totally different. it is tell
CNN
Aug 6, 2009 3:00pm EDT
conversation for thursday, august 6th, 2009. >>> hello, again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, it is not a speech. as always, it is your turn to get involved. as we begin this forecast, there is news being made in washington, d.c. some would say it is all but a for malt that smality that she going to be confirmed. the vote is now being taken there on the senate floor. as you can see, we will keep a little box up for you as the votes come in. we will tally them. we have a confirmation of sonia sotomayor, which by the way, everything seems to lead in that direction unless there is a huge surprise. we will bring it to you and we'll tell you what possible surprises there may have been, either from democrats or from democrats, because it is not official until they actually cast their ballots. we will be following the sotomayor confirmation. in the meantime, big story that's being followed is the health care debate, the screaming, et cetera. well, guess what? it's getting uglier. house speaker, nancy pelosi, now suggestion the loud opponent
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 3:00pm EDT
>> rick: 3:00 in new york city and we are through hours into a disaster over the hudson river. there was only seven months ago we were talking about a miracle. that is not the case today after a midair collision in the skies between new york city and hoboken, new jersey, a sightseeing helicopter by liberty tours colliding with a small plane right over the skies just before noontime. there is one person confirmed dead and there is perhaps eight more people who are being searched for right now by those rescue boats. you can see on the ground, the new york city fire department, new york city police department. the coastguard. even sightseeing ship operators involved right now in the search for any survivors, a little at this point now, three hours after the collision. it does not look good for any one having survived this crash. i am in new york city along with gregg jarrett as we continue to follow this breaking story in new york. in the lower right hand corner of the screen you can see microphones and the podium. we are waiting to hear from michael bloomberg who will be steppin
FOX News
Aug 16, 2009 10:00am EDT
insurance reform this year. [cheers and applause]. >> jamie: good morning, i'm jamie colby. >> i'm rick folbaum, glad to be with you jamie, welcome to today's edition of america's news headquarters and let's go to mike emmanuel live in phoenix with more and mike, past couple of days, two more health care town halls with the president and any more on the agenda at this point? >> reporter: no, rick, really that was the end of a push, by the president for health care reform, and health insurance reform, as you like to call it now and he is basically going into vacation mode and two town halls in two days symbolizes the fact like he feels it is time to make a full pours push but you will not hear much in terms of event, public events on health care reform and he wrote a "new york times" op-ed today and there will be other things like that and obviously he'll have his surrogates talking about health reform and the president's final push for now within the last two dagens, when he did the two town hall events. >> rick: tell us the -- i read the press release yesterday and the town would be ho
FOX News
Aug 1, 2009 12:00pm EDT
'm jamie colby. >> i'm rick folbaum. nice to be with you, jamie. >> nice to see you, rick. >> the bill didn't get any republican support. >> not at all. >> some lawmakers say the legislation could shake up a huge portion of this country's economy. molly henneberg has more from washington. >> hi, rick, hi, jamie, president obama heralded the passage of the bill, the one that had so much debate around it ap said the u.s. should, quote, build upon the historic consensus that's been forged. the president put out a statement today, praising the bill, saying it would strengthen consumer protection and choice while lowering costs and improving care. it was a tough flaw for the democrats to get the bill out of the committee because the conservative blue dog democrats raised a number of objections about the cost of a health care overhaul and the impact on small businesses, in the end, enough of the blue dog board and the bill passed. here is what the committee chairman said. >> i think we passed the bill out that shows that we can bring together conservative, moderate and progressive democrats. we'r
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2009 1:00pm EDT
defense and that is part of it. >> a lot of people will be coming after tom. >> rick: tom, he is a good contact hitter. he was given an ultimatum he better start alleteing, this guy has lit it up. he started against the orioles and all they wanted to do was throw him fast balls and let him get hit. >> tom: the type five or six are the same but the bottom three are different today. tie wig beginton, third and seventh, chad moellerer will be the catcher. brian roberts last 20 games batting .346, rick, that is an impressive number. >> rick: brian roberts has been streak can i this year. but since the all stay star break, he has been consistent all the time. what shows it is he is using more of the field than he was the first half of the season. in the gap in left center and right, you leave something off speed middle in, brian robertson is going to turn that thing around. the little guy is like if he dry afrom the red sox. you can't fool around with a lot of people. they can hit the ball out of the ballpark. i like to say it because brian roberts is not your big, homerun hitter. the big gu
CNN
Aug 13, 2009 3:00pm EDT
for illegal immigrants. i am against illegal aliens but they should not die for needing a better live. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> a best selling author, a family man. he is now in a scandal. >> i want to apologize to you as professionals for that indiscretion. >> will the court of public opinion let rick pitino go free. >>> a religious controversy. what do you get when you cross a bikini with a burqa. this is what some muslim women want to wear in pools, a burkini. >>> you saw this on our air as it happened. have you seen it from this new angle. >> it was clearly racist. >>> how rude is this? the woman is trying to ask her congresswoman a question. the congresswoman, is she listening? it's part of your national conversation for thursday, august 13th. >>> another one of those newscasts you will remember. i am rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, not a speech. it is your turn to get involved. meltdowns, throwdowns, shoutdowns, every day this week has revealed to us a new page in the how to behave in a public forum handbook. those health care town ha
CNBC
Aug 26, 2009 5:00pm EDT
the pace of that recovery? >> rick santelli, 8:30 eastern, our jobless claims can move up to 600,000. will they move back down? are benefits running out or employment getting worse? we will answer some of the questions 8:30 eastern tomorrow. >>> meanwhile, the market tomorrow starts off once again on a positive note with the dow jones industrial average up today, although just fractionally, but at 9543 is where we kick off tomorrow's trading session with a fraction to move. strengthened building traders as well. the nasdaq finished at 2025. s&p up a fraction at 1,028. have a great night. see you tomorrow on "closing bell." "fast money" is up right now. >>> the fdic's board makes it easier for private equity to invest in failing branchs. chrysler/nissan dropped the joint vehicle-supply projects announced last year. they bought back $87 million in warrants, paid back a total of $1.7 billion, paid back a 14% analyzed return for the treasury. that's cnbc news now. "fast money" starts right now. >>> this is "fast money" live from the nasdaq market site, yes, in new york city, times sq
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2009 6:00pm EDT
entire crew, jim saying so long from the park. now we head out to o's extra. tom davis and rick dempsey to recap the game. take it way, tom. >> >> tom: tom davis together with rick dempsey. the orioles tie not guilty game twice and lose it go in extra innings. 17-8 to the angels. how tough is it? >> this is the worst kind. the orioles were down four runs at the start of the ballgame. they come back and get close and they are down four runs again. they end up tying the ballgame late and coming back. they had their opportunity, they just couldn't get that run. they were within two feet when adam jones hit the ball down the left-hand lane another two feet and there game was over with then. they battled the angels. the double play situation. they came up big in the 11th and the 12th and the 13th inning they blew them out at that point right there. it is devastating because so many guys, it looks like they had bad days. but there were a lot of good days out there for the orioles too. one night after the next they scored 16-6 in the first game. now they lose this game here 17-8. it is heartbr
CNBC
Aug 27, 2009 12:00am EDT
from the nasdaq marketsite from new york city. hi. welcome to america's post market show. rick santelli in for melissa lee. these are the "fast money" traders. is the rally running out of steam? deja vu all over again a. hot topic. pete, do we have a definitive answer on this? >> i don't know we can. if you really look at the volume today, the volume is extremely light. option volumes have been really very, very strong. even when we see the stock market coming down. today, option volumes once again. it's trading 15 million contracts a day. today we barely broke 10 million. so risk aversion has been sort of the topic that everybody's been talking about today. looking at the markets, when you look at the markets, there's a little bit of a rotation, maybe into some of the lower-risk style trades. they've gotten a good bang for their buck over the last year or two. you got to like the earning cycle. you like to look at the ranges. look at news corps, sales near 50. oih, sales near 110. people are playing these ranges, they are playing the charts and so far the charts are working. >> techs a
HLN
Aug 13, 2009 6:38pm EDT
appreciate it. coming up, we'll update you on the rick pitino sex scandal. we heard him right here on this program giving his apology for his indiscretion, as he put it, having sex with a woman on a table at a restaurant. the school's standing by him. what do you think? what should happen? should he get punished in any way? should he resign, get fired? call in. 1-877-tell-hln. >>> all right. what do you think the university of louisville should do about the whole rick pitino sex scandal? marquee basketball coach, admitted to boozing it up, having sex with a woman at a restaurant. she gets preg navrnt. coach pitino gave her three grand. she ends up having an abortion. the coach apologized. yesterday we had it live for you. to just about everybody. >> if you tell the truth, your problem becomes part of your past. if you lie, it becomes part of your future. and i made a very difficult decision to tell the truth to the federal authorities, the local authorities, to university officia officials, and most important, the people that love me the most, my family and friends. >> all right. l
CNN
Aug 13, 2009 9:00am EDT
for famed basketball coach rick pitino that the whole country seems to be talking about this morning. we've got comments on the blog as well as on twitter. good morning, everybody, i'm rick sanchez, i'm going to be sitting in for heidi collins, thursday, august 13th, and you are in the "cnn newsroom." >>> all right, we call it make or break month for health care. more lawmakers are meeting with voters during this hour, and will this resistance continue? look at this map we've put together for you. candy crowley, she's in iowa, key republican negotiators getting an earful there from hundreds of constituents. dr. sanjay gupta's going to be looking at the lightning rods of reform. how in the world have we gotten to the point where there's even talk of quote death panels? death panels, think about that. and then ali velshi taking it to the people who are angry and why are they angry? this is the news unfiltered, folks. we're going to be taking your comments here on twitter.com/ricksanchez. can't wait to hear what you have to say about rick pitino. >>> we're going to start with breaking news.
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 11:00am EDT
to do it a couple of years and got off pretty easy. >> rick: a good thing the injury she sustained at the airport healed, she'll have to be getting up out of her chair to answer the door. and we look that the east conference room and should mention the swearing-in will take place in front of the fireplace at the bottom of the screen and the huge portrait we see is john marshal, the 4th e chief justice of the united states, and it looks as though judge sonia sotomayor is about to enter the room. there she is and that is chief justice john roberts about to administer the oath of office. from the housing projects of the south bronx, to the highest court in the land, let's take a listen. >>... a member of the court on september 8th, in a special session of the court. we are administering the oath this morning, simply so that she can begin work as an associate justice without delay. and now i'd like to invite mrs. sotomayor, the judge's mother, and her brother, dr. sotomayor, to come forward. >> judge sotomayor are you prepared to take the oath. >> i am. >> please raise your right hand.
CNN
Aug 18, 2009 9:00am EDT
morning. right now the news continues with rick sanchez in the "cnn newsroom." >> thanks so much, john. >>> your future health care is on our minds right now. we're going to tell you what's going on at the white house to try to reach a consensus with congress. listen to this. a 600-pound teenager is seeking donations for surgery. here's the question that we're asking you. should gastric bypass be paid for him by his insurance company if he wants this? interesting story. >>> also violence aimed at voters. new afghan attacks, two days before the presidential elections. hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez, sitting in for heidi collins, tuesday, august 18th, and you are now officially in the "cnn newsroom." >>> all right, here's what we're going to be focusing on. two major stories this hour, health care and hurricane season. our suzanne malveaux, at the white house where officials are clarifying comments, keyword here is clarifying comments on the public option. our elizabeth cohen is going to break down the health care debate and try and get to what's critical for you. we're going t
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 2:30pm EDT
they cannot this. >> rick: we heard reports that debris rained down from the people on -- along this or not charlotte. we also just heard from tom ruskin, one of our guests the city is getting a report from some contacts he has at the office of emergency management that seven patients had been taken for medical treatment. i wonder if you heard any reports about people getting injured along the shore from agreed that spawn down to cube. >> i have not, but i can't imagine that we will not get through this day without hearing that. just one kayaker alone we spoke to who heard the word inverting of the blades coming down into the water, and paddling out of the way, we have heard that possibly parts of the plane coming down which is just up from the hoboken side of the hudson river across from manhattan, if you have the time and you have a witness here. we're live on "fox news" channel. what is your name to give chris, macos x and my balcony which overlooks the manhattan skyline, and i sought the help dr. virtually break in pieces over the hudson into three pieces. i didn't see the p
CNBC
Aug 6, 2009 7:00pm EDT
about that and bringing in the great rick santelli. a couple quickies, some people are saying automobile improvement will put 50,000 new jobs on in the number reporting tomorrow. is that possible? >> absolutely. we estimate motor vehicles could add 1 gdp in the third quarter and half a point in the fourth quarter. you could get significant hiring. >> i can't help but ask this, anything to do with cash for clunkers, the only federal program i ever favored in my life. >> we can't agreerh grow. i said a few months ago i thought it would go to 700,000, i was completely wrong, you wer correct. but with cash for clunkers going to work, i don't know. >> the consumer spirit, let's not go there because i know santelli hates that, too. last one, construction jobs, housing has leveled off quite a bit. will we see relief in construction job numbers. >> i would think so. i would think you would see fewer rate of layoffs because we finally saw in three years, a raise in housing starts. we see a slower pace of hirings. i think companies overcut in the second quarter. if they slow down, we may not 
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 7:00am EDT
to that. thanks, caroline. a score to rick reichmuth. >> rick: we have a hurricane out there. we've been quite an atlantic. this is alicia. it was a 114-mile storm non-stop flight 90 mph store but it's headed in the general direction of whitey. i think it will become a lot before it gets near there. maybe be a 35 mph storm not a major problem we watched that. the atlantic tropics completely quiet. no names on it this year. double trouble spots across the far northern plains, a lot of rain overnight and heavy rain right now across arts of wisconsin toward michigan. from this you have some funny concerns. areas seeing flash flood warnings especially just to the southeast minneapolis along the mississippi were to the south of that we will talk about it injured heat up today. some of the hottest temperatures across parts of nebraska through illinois archers pushing 100 feels like 105 that he could be there today and slowly migrate to the east. today wichita is at 100. are you cool off a bit and all that heat is headed east. so today heat wave for the country. >> dave: it has been quite unhur
HLN
Aug 15, 2009 6:00pm EDT
>>> an apology from one of the biggest names in basketball. louisville coach rick pitino, married, father of five, comes out on national tv, says he's sorry for his indiscretion is six years ago when he had sex with a woman on a table with a restaurant and got her pregnant. school standing behind him. if they don't want him fired, fine, but what kind of message does that send to players, students at the school? >>> a teen sets himself on fire and mom's blaming youtube. turns out her 13-year-old son was trying to copy a stunt he saw online. his leg, pants, covered with second- and third-degree burns. it's awful. tons of garbage on the internet, we have to monitor what our kids do online. >>> controversy, pin, your point of view. this is "prime news." >> welcome, this is "prime news." what do you do with rick pitino if you're the university of louisville. he just admitted to boozing it up and having sex with a woman on a table at a restaurant. she gets pregnant, he gives her three grand, she ends up having an abortion. the coach apologized to just about everyone this week. >> if you
FOX News
Aug 22, 2009 7:00am EDT
hours. we will ask you if you think about. >> dave: to rick wright is no because when you know he is here early is a serious weather thing rick was here at least an hour at -- on ahead of time. i was astounded. >> rick: one thing as thunderstorms would through a november 3:30 am and i couldn't go to sleep. we are starting new hd graphics today for "fox & friends" which has no little excited and nervous, with some great stuff to show you later. i couldn't sleep. this is one thing hurricane bill last week we talked about the tropics very active with response we are looking at, this is the biggest one, this is bill got up to a category for now down to it category two storm and right there is bermuda and advocate howling from the storm. the majority of the lifetime of the storm will be spent over water and not be affecting any landmass at all. in fact we will talk what is going right in between bermuda and the eastern part of the u.s. this is the track of the storm. it pulls at the northeast potentially making landfall as a hurricane around newfoundland or nova scotia. the eastern sea
CNBC
Aug 25, 2009 5:00pm EDT
. >>> this is "fast money" from new york's times square. welcome to america's post-market show. rick santelli in for melissa lee. these are the "fast money" traders. stocks hitting new highs for the year, well, they give a little back. that's the deja vu. we had good housing, a lot of good data, six-day winning streak. will it keep up? the word on the street, guys? >> hello, rick. >> hello, guys. >> i missed you yesterday. >> as traders, sometimes you have to admit when you're wrong, well, i've been wrong, but i'm sticking to my guns. joe will talk about the reversal in crude, i'm sure you have some views on it. i think the fact that we sold off as hard as we did. this 1028 level is a big level. i think we're headed a lot lower this week, maybe early next week. >> you talk about the sectors we thought would perform well, commodities, resource names, those rolled over today. it was all about consumer discretionary, that's where the money was going today. listen, you were at the end of august right now, it's going to be quiet, but keep in mind, you had consumer confidence, bernanke, and then th
CNN
Aug 21, 2009 3:00pm EDT
a great weekend, everyone. see you on monday. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> coming at you now -- >> it is disgusting. >> he killed her daughter, blew up her plane and he gets a hero's welcome. >> this man doesn't deserve our pity. all the innocent kids that died on that flight. >> calling qaddafi. hello, moammar. this rick scott has an anti-obama ad criticizing his vacation. how much more wrong can you be than what you just said? not only is your company screwed up and you just admitted to it you are saying look at all the other companies, they did the same thing. >> no. i don't believe that at all. >> that doesn't sound like a sterling system. >> did we mention rick scott's former company defrauded you, the taxpayer, out of $1.7 billion. >> charged against your company while you were the boss over a period of ten years. yes, they were paid after you left but they accuse of it happening while you were leading the company. just thought you would want to know. >>> and were americans manipulated by the bush white house. did orange mean we need you frightened enough to vote for us
CNBC
Aug 10, 2009 11:00am EDT
have a second stimulus. >> okay. second stimulus. is he right? we want to bring in cnbc's rick liesman and rick santelli. the majority of the stimulus money, 80%, has not even reached its intended destination. so we're not seeing much of an effect from the stimulus as of yet. do you think it's appropriate, rick santelli to be taking about a second round? >> of course not. but then again, the stimulus plan, mr. krugman isn't arguing stimulus. if he was arguing stimulus maybe i'd listen more. really he's arguing about spending. the difference between stimulus and spending is the government in the middle. that's the issue. if you had a tax holiday and the money went down to the consumer in a non-directed fashion like cash for clunkers, that's why it's a success. yet they can only spend the money in the area of automotive side. a tax holiday, of course, probably would work really well but maybe people would do something prudent like delever, and that's not going to help a consumption economy because we need more of the same hair of the dog that bit us, if that makes any sense. >> steve, yo
NBC
Aug 31, 2009 3:00am EDT
except denise wasn't there. >> the next obvious person to call his father-in-law rick a 25-year veteran of the sheriff's department in neighboring charlotte county. rick had been trying to get a hold of denise that day. he left a message inviting them over to dinner. when he saw nate's cell phone number pop up he figured the kids were calling back. >> i go, hey, do you want to come over and eat. he said, i can't. denise is missing. >> the first you are hearing this? >> i go, what. nate, you have to explain what you mean by that. he says i'm telling you, she's missing. she's not in the house. >> rick knew firsthand how law enforcement tends to look at spouses reportedly missing. skeptically. he was intent on convincing the north port police this missing person report was different and they needed to hit it immediately. >> i go, listen, i know my daughter. can we get my helicopter and dogs out here because it is a different jurisdiction. i already called my people, my chief, anything i need. >> what are you allowing yourself to think at this point? >> i knew something happened to her bad.
CNN
Aug 4, 2009 3:00pm EDT
, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. this is a conversation, as we often say, no the a speech. as always, it's your turn to get involved. as we begin this particular conversation, there is another health care forum that has been interrupted. there seems to be a pattern going on here. have you seen some of the pictures that we've been showing from around the country? i want you to see this one for yourself. i also want you to make your own decision as you watch this. i am going to show you as much of this as we think is necessary for you to get a clear picture of what's going on. this is the latest example. green bay wisconsin, last night, democratic congressman and medical doctor, steve kagin, he called a meeting to discussion the crucial issue of health care reform since he is a doctor and a politician. he wanted to meet with his constituents. here is what happened. >> kill the bill. >> all right. now shall i twoont shwant to sh another one. this is congressman tim bishop. he says he wants to make sure his audience is civil and informed, as he prepares with the audience and his staff to have this
CNN
Aug 28, 2009 3:00pm EDT
. will he be charged? you have to find out. rick sanchez picks it up from here. >> i'm going to be telling you about a story that we just learned about. this is amazing, this e-mail i received moments ago. it is an e-mail that came from a pastor that said that he wants sasha and malia to be fatherless and michelle obama to be a widow. that's the beginning of what you are about to hear. i will take you through it. here is what else we are going to have. >> i'm not going to move and you are not going to arrest me. >> this man chooses to protest a tea party protest. >> i will not join people who don't care about people. i wouldn't join anybody who cares about themselves. >> reporter: he fails to obey an order and is arrested. what do you say? th this. >>> this registered sex offender charged with making this little girl his sex slave for 18 years, all the while, people thought it was this man who took her, her stepfather. >> they found jaycee and she is alive. so we both cried for about ten minutes. >> i am drilling down on jaycee lee dugard, how is she recovering, how could this sex fiend ha
CNBC
Aug 27, 2009 5:00pm EDT
>> rick santelli, make sure you tune in tomorrow morning. last look, personal income was down 1.3%. you need income to spend. important number. tune in. >>> this is what i'll be watching for on friday. we get the week's second reading on consumer confidence when the university of michigan releases its final reading on consumer sentiment for the month of july. the report expected to show a slight into crease from the preliminary reading to a level of 64.8. >>> we had a pretty good day on wall street, due to an 8% rally in shares of boeing. that's one of the key reasons that the dow picked up 95 points. beyond that, it was a mixed situation whether you look at technology, banking, even the oil stocks. nasdaq was up three points. a fractional move there. the s&p 500 up by three points. one of the biggest technology stories of the night, dell. the company is up sharply right now, 6% in the extended hours. reported better than expected profits as well as sales. revenue should rise for the second half of the year. the company reported a profit of 4$472 million. that was 24 cents a sha
NBC
Aug 8, 2009 5:00am EDT
, guys, rick morgan here. sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you. >> robocallers contacts consumers with an opportunity few can ignore. >> it can cut your monthly payments in half. >> the caller is sure you need his help. >> i do see here you are only making the minimum payments on those. >> cynthia got a call like this one. >> the call says that i can lower my credit card rate. there is an urgency to it. >> snyder says she doesn't carry a balance, but after getter her robocall again and again. she decided to dig a little. >> i pressed one. and when i did that, i asked the person which account they were calling about. and when i probed further, they hung up on me. >> this is the final call before we close the file. >> this scam falls on the heels of the robo calling scam. but the ftc says, as long as there are machines that will dial consumers every day, there are schemers that will take advantage. >> if you get a call like this, it is almost certainly a scam. >> was rick morgan trying to scam us? we called to find out. >> i got a call from rick morgan who sounded like he
ABC
Aug 12, 2009 11:00pm EDT
difficult. >> what rick pitino is saying about the other woman. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> we began with the latest on a 12-year-old boy fighting for his life after a serious crash in montgomery county just before the evening rush hour in germantown. john gonzales is live there on the scene. >> the witness was very upset. the county's three construction unit was out here for several hours trying to piece together the pieces from this terrible accident. a 20-year-old driver was dropping her friends off, three siblings, a 12-year-old is in critical condition tonight. it was a violent crash involving these cars. she was driving in the opposite direction which narrowly avoided the crash. >> the truck was stuck on the car. i swerve my car to the side. >> the people were taken to a local hospital. the 12-year-old was the medevac ed in critical condition. >> i saw a little boy and his nose was pressed against the sea. >> newschopper 7 was over the scene moments after the accident. the 20-year-old driver was stopped on route 7 trying to make a left
CBS
Aug 16, 2009 11:00am EDT
the topics we will discuss today with our four distinguished defense journalists. on our panel are rick mays, congressional editor of army times publishing company. ryan bener the pentagon reporter for the "boston globe." john barry the national security correspondent for news week and deputy chief editor. welcome to the show. let's start off with iraq. the security situation there was assumed to be improving and so u.s. forces could do an aggressive pullout and some suggested that schedule to be accelerated to be out of iraq by 2011. security situation there is a little bit rougher. brian, any chance that u.s. forces will stay there beyond 2011? >> i think there are clear signs in the last couple of weeks there are ethnic tensions, very strong ones still simmering just beneath the surface and growing concern that could come out into the open. certainly there are extremists that are trying to stoke those fires again. and certainly the u.s. military expresses concern that this could get out of hand. on the other hand they are encouraged that so far things have been relatively stable. that the
CNBC
Aug 12, 2009 3:00pm EDT
in not a lot. we're expecting another pretty big increase for n. storage for this time of year tomorrow. rick santelli, to you in chicago. >> i'm jealous of your graphics. that was a neat graphic. listen, maybe some of the most important news had nothing to do with the statement after everybody got done, and we'll get to that briefly in a minute. we did see that the budget numbers for july were out. a record 180 and change, just under 181 billion. that's the new record for july. last july it was around 102 billion on the spending more than taking. the revenues dropped about 6%, 6 1/2%. and for the fiscal year we're just a nick under 1.3 trillion in terms of the deficit. all important. now let's get to the market. everything kind of did a u-turn. that's because the fed really pumped it on everything that most traders were most interested in like quantitative easing. you see the dollar index? it almost stayed in positive territory for a few winks.n now it's back down. if you look at a chart of 30-year, the furthest out yet to be auctioned, you see its yield jumped and it came back down. but i
CNBC
Aug 21, 2009 5:00pm EDT
into it with rick santelli later in the show. 31% of those sales that happened in the month of july was first-time home buyers. that goes away november 30th which is, by the way, the stock market should theoretically rally. >> and also people think in is going to be the year where that year-end tax selling is bigger than ever. if everyone thinks that tax rates are going higher, there's going to be a lot of money that's forced to sell. this way they can collect on a higher. >> i got to think, though, there's a lot of losses left over from last year. >> to write off, yes. >> that still have the shelter. so i don't think -- >> i think it's a perception. the sentiment. people think the selling is coming year end, it might fluster the late. >>> new news. cash for clunkers which has brought in some demand for autos, autonation is saying that it's going to end the clunkers program today. and, of course, that is ahead of the expiration of the program, which is on monday. so, it is ending the program today. >> well, i mean, once you find out now is if all these automakers can actually stand on their o
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